Reconstruction did not do no good for our country

Reconstruction did - ruled in United States v Harris that the Klan Act was against constitution It ruled that Congress's power under the Fourteenth

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Summary Reconstruction did not do no good for our country. My insides quiver when I think of these blacks with all these rights that were God-given to the White Man. Three amendments made to protect the Negroes. Three reasons Reconstruction aint worth nothin’. It’s 1882, the Klan has been destroyed for some years now. The Supreme Court
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Unformatted text preview: ruled in United States v. Harris that the Klan Act was against constitution. It ruled that Congress's power under the Fourteenth Amendment did not extend to the right to regulate against private conspiracies, such as our beloved Klan. They will not shun us forever. The white man will once again rule the world. White Power!...
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2009 for the course MIS 150 taught by Professor Edenbilburt during the Fall '09 term at Oakland University.

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